Vilipend

Vil'i·pend transitive verb [ Latin vilipendere ; vilis vile + pendere to weigh, to value: confer French vilipender .] To value lightly; to depreciate; to slight; to despise. « To vilipend the art of portrait painting.» Longfellow.
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Vilipend

• (v. t.) To value lightly; to depreciate; to slight; to despise.
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vilipend

to despise; to make light of; to disparage mockingly
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vilipend

belittle
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